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...only at Ainsley Courte Assisted Living”

Welcome to Ainsley Courte Assisted Living

What Makes Us Different?

The Benchmark For Exceptional Senior Living


Our Commitment Is to Our Residents

Safety, Security, Attention to Detail

            Ainsley Courte’s commitment is to our residents and making Ainsley Courte the best, most personalized living experience they will find. In virtually all other senior living and assisted living communities their "commitment" is driven solely by the bottom line - what makes a profit. Typically those communities are part of some much larger organization where the ultimate decisions makers are far removed from the residents of a community and the daily life of those residents. Decisions regarding life within those communities, staffing, activities, dietary, etc. are dictated by unseen corporate executives that are focused on the profit to be made irrespective of the impact on the residents. 

Here at Ainsley Courte we have a different viewpoint and approach. We believe that if we provide extraordinary care and service to our residents and they are satisfied with our efforts; if delicious, high quality meals are served; if we provide an environment where the residents and their families feel safe and secure; if the activities offered are entertaining, plentiful and diverse; if the community, both inside and outside, is warm and inviting; and if the charges for services rendered are reasonable; it is our opinion the bottom line will consequently take care of itself. We believe the formula to provide an exceptional living experience is pretty simple – focus on our residents.


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Even if your loved one suffers from the memory loss of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, there are numerous ways to evoke and preserve their memories of the past.

5 Ways to Capture Memories: Living With Dementia

One of the most difficult situations for caregivers and family of someone with Alzheimer’s occurs when a loved one begins to experience memory loss. While recent events may become confusing and blurry, the person with Alzheimer’s may remember the past more vividly than the present. Family and friends are in a unique position to help their loved one preserve current memories and capture the past for posterity – helping to record an individual legacy that might otherwise be lost. Learn more about capturing these memories during this time.

How to Prompt Memories in Seniors with Alzheimer’s

“Caregivers become the memory for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease,” says Glenn E. Smith, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist at the Mayo Clinic, in an article on the clinic’s website. “By gathering memories, you can bring important events and experiences from your loved one’s past into the present. You’re the link to his or her life history.” And the act of doing so is a powerful way to strengthen your family connection. In fact, the process of documenting a loved one’s history can be comforting, enjoyable, and even therapeutic for the whole family.

Memories are often roused by old movies and music, stories, and photos – or even the simple act of a family get-together. Here’s a quick list of different ways to evoke memories and draw out those stories from your loved one, even if he or she has severe memory impairment:

  1. Show photos and mementoes: Pictures, newspaper clippings, letters, heirlooms, or greeting cards – all of these can help a loved one access memories of treasured people, places, and events.
  2. Visit a hometown or a family reunion: Though traveling with seniors can be a challenge, simply being in a familiar setting can prompt recollections of the past. “Many old memories can be evoked by a visit to a person’s hometown, either their original house or neighborhood, school or church,” says the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California and Northern Nevada.
  3. Play a favorite song: Both scientific studies and anecdotal evidence support the role of familiar music in mentally stabilizing people with Alzheimer’s or other dementia – some even sing along or become more alert. In those whose memory loss is less profound, songs can help bring back the past.
  4. Harness the power of taste and smell: We all know certain smells can bring back powerful, sometimes unexpected memories. A grandmother’s perfume, a favorite flower, or a childhood recipe could do the same for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.
  5. Ask the right questions: Drawing out someone’s memories can be difficult when that person has Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s what the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California and Northern Nevada suggests: “Be careful to not put your loved one on the spot when prompting for stories. Don’t ask, ‘do you remember’ type questions, or anything that sounds like quizzing. Ask open-ended questions to encourage sharing. Sometimes just admiring or describing what you see in the photos will prompt a recollection or story.”


Benefits of Senior Stretching

Stretches are a great way for seniors to exercise and help in their day to day mobility. The easier that seniors are able to move, the more apt they are not to injure themselves. Stretching first thing in the morning can help with stiffness and soreness throughout the day. Stretching again in the evening can keep your muscles moving and your movements fluid. The National Institute of Health recommends seniors do a dozen basic stretches as part of their daily exercise plan. These stretches include:

  • Stretching the neck and shoulders
  • Raising the shoulders and upper arms
  • Stretching the upper body and chest
  • Back stretches
  • Ankle, thigh, and back of leg stretching
  • Stretching the hips
  • Lower back and calf stretching

In addition to helping the body reduce injuries, stretching also increases blood flow. This can have a great benefit to those with circulation problems. Stretching can also help increase synovial fluid which can help relieve some arthritis symptoms.

At Caring Senior Service, we believe that the health and well-being of our seniors is top priority. We strive to provide the very best care possible because we know that the level of care provided directly impacts the quality of life of seniors.






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